Digital Democracy: how well does Jeremy Corbyns manifesto bring social media and socialism together?

Digital Democracy: how well does Jeremy Corbyns manifesto bring social media and socialism together?

Baby-Trapped: 10 things to pass the time during the night shift [stolensleep.com] Baby-Trapped: 10 things to pass the time during the night shift  Welcometo Baby-Trapped: Some thingsto entertain inspire and pass the time when your babywont go the fck to sleep  1) The Good news.  This General Election campaign is almost over!!  2) And the bad news  We might wake up tomorrow to find out we are stuck with a ConservativeGovernment for another five years.  I have to confess I dont know a great…

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Top News: "UK POLITICS: Corbynistas Planning Jeremy Corbyn’s Victory Party" - http://politicoscope.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Jeremy-Corbyn-LABOUR-PARTY-UK-POLITICS-NEWS.jpg - In anticipation of victory, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s fans already set up an event on Facebook, which has seized the interest of thousands of supporters.  on Politics - http://politicoscope.com/2017/05/18/uk-politics-corbynistas-planning-jeremy-corbyns-victory-party/.

Sky News Story (Poll): Does Labour's manifesto do what it says on the tin? Sky News correspondents put Jeremy Corbyn's policies through their paces.

JEREMY CORBYN'S FIRST SHADOW CABINET IN FULL - 1to1only News JEREMY CORBYN'S FIRST SHADOW CABINET IN FULL Leader: Jeremy Corbyn - Deputy leader: Tom Watson - Shadow chancellor: John McDonnell - Shadow home secretary: Andy Burnham Shadow foreign secretary: Hilary Benn Chief whip: Rosie Winterton Shadow business secretary and first secretary of state: Angela Eagle Shadow education secretary: Lucy Powell Shadow health secretary: Heidi Alexander Shadow communities secretary: Jon Trickett Shadow…

JEREMY CORBYN'S FIRST SHADOW CABINET IN FULL - 1to1only News JEREMY CORBYN'S FIRST SHADOW CABINET IN FULL Leader: Jeremy Corbyn - Deputy leader: Tom Watson - Shadow chancellor: John McDonnell - Shadow home secretary: Andy Burnham Shadow foreign secretary: Hilary Benn Chief whip: Rosie Winterton Shadow business secretary and first secretary of state: Angela Eagle Shadow education secretary: Lucy Powell Shadow health secretary: Heidi Alexander Shadow communities secretary: Jon Trickett Shadow…

Jeremy Corbyn urges Twitter and Facebook to tackle religious hatred https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/oct/16/jeremy-corbyn-tells-twitter-and-facebook-to-tackle-racial-abuse?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=Goulash&utm_campaign=RSS

Jeremy Corbyn urges Twitter and Facebook to tackle religious hatred

Jeremy Corbyn urges Twitter and Facebook to tackle religious hatred https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/oct/16/jeremy-corbyn-tells-twitter-and-facebook-to-tackle-racial-abuse?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=Goulash&utm_campaign=RSS

Whatever troubles Jeremy Corbyn might have elsewhere, there is one place where he is unambiguously winning: Facebook.

Labour MPs support ‘no confidence’ motion – but where’s the leadership challenge?

How a simple Facebook chat just became a 1000-strong Jeremy Corbyn festival

How a simple Facebook chat just became a 1000-strong Jeremy Corbyn festival

'Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn would worry me', says defence chief | PoliticsHome.com #Treason?

THE nuclear weapons engineer on the run after he blew the whistle on 30 alleged safety and security flaws plaguing Trident submarines has told his fam.

Here's how Jeremy Corbyn engaged Ukip voters without ever uttering a word against immigrants

Here's how Jeremy Corbyn engaged Ukip voters without ever uttering a word against immigrants

This Facebook comment about Jeremy Corbyn and the General Election is going viral on social media.  Chris Renwick's post has garnered 5,700 shares so far and has been reposted across social media ever since it went up last week.  Here's the comment in full (tell us what you think below):  Here

Chris Mullin portrayed a leftwinger unexpectedly swept to power in his 1982 novel A Very British Coup. Here, the former MP imagines how Corbyn’s first 100 days as PM might turn out, from ‘Jez We Can’ to Chuka Umunna’s anti-austerity budget

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